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  1. Your dimensions are described in my Quick...

    Your dimensions are described in my Quick Properties as Partially Associative, presumably because one of the dimension nodes has come loose from the intended location. Try using the command...
  2. Sounds pretty weird. How about creating a copy...

    Sounds pretty weird.
    How about creating a copy of the company file which is doing this,
    and removing almost everything, including the title block, leave a few lines or whatever is non-proprietary...
  3. Thread: Properties

    by Dadgad
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    Welcome to CADTutor! :) In your screenshot...

    Welcome to CADTutor! :)

    In your screenshot you also are showing your Quick Properties palette.
    I use Quick Properties all the time, and everything that Paul & Dana said is right on the money....
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    Paul, welcome to CADTutor! :) You will be...

    Paul, welcome to CADTutor! :)
    You will be flying along in no time, not to worry.

    You're talking my language BIGAL, RC is one of the most useful aliases on my magic box too. :beer:
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    124,000 registered apps? That is getting up into...

    124,000 registered apps? That is getting up into record territory there! Did you AUDIT it too? :beer:
  6. Thread: Career Change

    by Dadgad
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    Welcome to CADTutor! :) I started learning...

    Welcome to CADTutor! :)

    I started learning and working with Autocad when I was 58 years old.
    I really enjoyed it right out of the gate, and I still do.
    I was lucky, having been offered a job by...
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    Another way to Zoom Extents is to quickly double...

    Another way to Zoom Extents is to quickly double click on your MOUSE SCROLL WHEEL (assuming that you have one on your mouse).
  8. Or steal.

    Or steal. <beer>
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    I like that question! :beer:

    I like that question! :beer:
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    In 2015 there is an addition to the PURGE...

    In 2015 there is an addition to the PURGE functionality, which will automagically delete all those .dgn linetypes and other orphaned flotsam.
    I think I read on the forum that if you open them with...
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    I don't know of any, but there may well be. Just...

    I don't know of any, but there may well be.
    Just understand that you can save any drawing (presumably one that incorporates most of your preferences)
    as a .dwt file. Use the SAVEAS command, then...
  12. Thread: zoom direction

    by Dadgad
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    Might you be talking about the ZOOMWHEEL system...

    Might you be talking about the ZOOMWHEEL system variable,
    which controls whether zooming goes in our out relative to your display?

    The default setting for Autocad is 0.
    Inventor uses the...
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    Welcome to CADTutor. :) As described, they...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :)

    As described, they still might not be coploanar.
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    Welcome to CADTutor. :) Nestly explained in his...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :)
    Nestly explained in his last post which things you would need to do differently in 2004, than in his video,
    and how to do them using 2004.
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    Well said. :beer:

    Well said. :beer:
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    Welcome to CADTutor. :) You might want to try...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :)
    You might want to try one of Lee Mac's awesome lisps,

    http://www.lee-mac.com/objectalign.html

    If this one doesn't help you, he has lots of other great ones, and likely...
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    Good, as it should be if it was created on a...

    Good, as it should be if it was created on a Metric template.
    Nice visual eldon, that should help the op sort it out! :beer:
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    If you enter MEASUREMENT at the commandline, what...

    If you enter MEASUREMENT at the commandline, what response do you get, <0>, or <1>?
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    Here is the link to Lee's Double Offset lisp, ...

    Here is the link to Lee's Double Offset lisp,

    http://www.lee-mac.com/doubleoffset.html

    and his wonderful website.
    Thanks Lee! :beer:
  20. Welcome to CADTutor. :) I have never used...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :)
    I have never used Autocad on a Mac, but on a PC, I would use
    the -dwgunits command, and read the commandline prompts very carefully,
    don't rush through the...
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